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COPING MECHANISMS OF PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHERS UNDER ECONOMIC CRISIS CONDITIONS IN THREE SOUTHERN PHILIPPINE REGIONS
ALFONSO C. DEL FIERRO, JR., Alfonso C. del Feirro, Jr., VICENTE M. DALMAN and Vicente N. Dalman
Philippine Sociological Review
Vol. 35, No. 1/2 (January - June 1987), pp. 11-25
Published by: Philippine Sociological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41852079
Page Count: 15
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This paper describes the economic situation of public elementary school teachers immediately after the February Revolution. The discussion focuses on major strategies which teachers use to cope with the economic crisis. Among these strategies are: austerity measures, income-augmenting projects, borrowing, job transfers, and participation in labor unions. A random sample of 1,191 teachers from the public elementary schools in Region X, XI and XII provided the data for the study.
Philippine Sociological Review © 1987 Philippine Sociological Society